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Cambridge has many community services to help residents and visitors. Some are provided by national organisations while others are formed by groups of local volunteers.

You'll almost certainly be able to find what you need through the following:

community-services cambridge-isiteCitizens Advice Bureau

62 Alpha St. Established in 1983, the CAB has volunteers who can help put you in touch with health and welfare groups, arrange free legal help and other specialist advice, such as budgeting.

Waipa District Council

Cambridge is part of Waipa District and our local council provides a wide range of services as diverse as roading, resource consents, animal control, to rubbish collection and the collection of leaves in winter.

Sport Waikato

If your query involves exercise, chances are Sport Waikato will be able to point you in the right direction

Cambridge i-SITE Information Centre

The centre is one of a network of more than 90 centres throughout New Zealand and is regarded as the premier information service for visitors . Information Centre staff are experts when it comes to local knowledge - acknowledged by them winning awards for Best Customer Service (Hospitality) and Best Customer Service (Overall) at the 2012 Waipa Networks Business Awards, hosted by the Cambridge and Te Awamutu Chambers of Commerce.

Do come and visit us; we are next to the Cambridge Town Hall, opposite Victoria Square:
Cnr of Queen and Victoria Sts,
Cambridge, Waikato
Phone: 07 823 3456
Fax: 07 823 3457
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We are committed to making Te Awamutu and its surrounding areas of Kihikihi, Ohapo, pirongia and all the rural in between safe environments for the residents to live, work and play.


Citizens Advice Bureau

Not Sure, Ask us? We offer free, friendly, confidential help, advice and information to everyone. We put you in touch with services you need, help you find answers to difficult questions and work with you to sort out problems.

Victim Support

Services provided:

Victim Support provides 24hr emotional support, personal advocacy and information to all people affected by crime and trauma throughout New Zealand.
24 hour contact: 027 281 1499

Cambridge Community House

General Counselling, Drug and Alcohol counselling, Budget advice

Cambridge Public Library

Monday 9am-5pm, Tuesday 9.30am-5pm, Wednesday 9am-8pm, Thursday 9am-5pm, Friday 9am-8pm and Saturday 9.30-1pm. Closed on Sunday.

Waipa District Citizens & Ratepayers Association

To promote open and democratic local government in Waipa District and encourage the use of informed referenda

Plunket Society

Open Tue & Thu 8am - 4pm

Cambridge Lifeskills

Providing FREE councelling to school children in Cambridge for the last 21 years and still going strong...

Contact us, we are here to help you.


Waipa District Council

Covering the major towns of Te Awamutu and Cambridge and the smaller settlements of Temple View, Ohaupo, Pirongia and Kihikihi.
Office Hours Monday-Tuesday 8am - 5pm, Wednesday 9am - 5pm, Thursday -Friday 8am - 5pm

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